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May 23, 2014 2:30pm PDT
main stumbling blocks. it is quite problematic and difficult. i think we had kind of an .greement were are stumbling blocks the main liquidators disagree. >> thank you so much for your analysis. full results are due on sunday after all 28 nations in the european elections. the key step towards resolving the country's crisis. the protest went on to result in the ouster of the former president. smashing a ballot boxes earlier on. vladimir putin says that moscow he can.k with whoever >> will respect the choice of the ukrainian people. we will work today with those that control the country. we will work with the newly elected structure. >> the defense ministry in kiev issued a statement earlier on today. they come under attack from hundreds of insurgents with 20 other rebels killed. >> [indiscernible] attack and a big northwest of here, there was another ambush. >> foreign editor rob parsons from the east of ukraine. other stories from france 24, the sense of the international criminal court, the warlord handed a 12 year jail term for his part in an ethnically motivated attack leading
tempore: the gentleman from maine reserves. the gentleman from florida is recognized. mr. miller: the best way to reform the v.a. is get rid of the deadwood. that's what this bill gives the secretary the opportunity to do. that is to fire the people not doing their job, especially, especially those that are at the senior level. with that i yield one minute to the gentleman from colorado, mr. lamborn. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from colorado is recognized for one minute. mr. lamborn: i thank the chairman. mr. speaker, i rise today on behalf of my constituents and veterans who are alarmed at recent reports of preventable deaths, manipulated records, and secret waiting lists within the v.a. health care system. these allegations span the country and recently arisen in colorado at the fort collins v.a. clinic. if these allegations are found to be true, the responsible individuals must be held accountable. it is unacceptable for individuals who have presided over negligence and mismanagement to go unscathed. astonishingly past instances of similar failures have not only seen res
May 2, 2014 7:00am PDT
results in achieving common welfare which is one of the main objectives of the world bank group at six ten also achieved impressive progress in the key areas of macroeconomics will continue with his sister country and expect the context and will play the brawl nutrient mission of experience will serve as an example of development for its neighbors the talks not with our representatives of the world bank sign that the government has extended representative of the prime minister caught in the seam of the framework of partnership agreement to strengthen cooperation to promote sustainable development and growth of the republic of kazakhstan one of the key objectives of the agreement will be the location of two point five billion dollars for the development of non commodity sectors of economy human capital and support for small and medium size businesses in general the partnership with the world bank report the place and seventy entries the development of the financial sector including the business environment stimulation of innovation and skills development and support for private part
May 4, 2014 4:30am PDT
lot going on. but you'd be wrong. find out how one company is single-handedly resurrecting its main street one storefront at a time. that's coming up next on "your business." >>> small businesses are revitalizing the economy, and american express open is here to help. that's why we are proud to present "your business," on msnbc. >>> hi there, everyone. i'm j.j. ramberg and welcome to "your business." today we bring the story of a small business and a small town whose fortunes have been tied together. the business is the missouri star quilt company. and the town, hamilton, missouri. hamilton's main street, like so many in small towns across america, has been struggling to survive with store fronts empty and crumbling. as the missouri star quilt company grew, the doan family who started the business in 2008 saw an opportunity to improve their main street and grow their business by bringing quilting enthusiasts from all over the world to town to shop and sew and meet up. so far it's working. we'll show you how in this week's "main street usa." welcome to hamilton, missouri. population,
May 10, 2014 2:30am PDT
, missouri. hamilton's main street, like so many in small towns across america, has been struggling to survive with store fronts empty and crumbling. as the missouri star quilt company grew, the family that started the business in 2008 saw an opportunity to improve their main street and grow their business by bringing quilting enthusiasts from all over the world to town to shop and to sew and to meet up. and so far it's working. we'll show you how in this week's main street u.s.a. >>> welcome to hamilton, missouri, population 1800. they have been known as the birth place of jcpenney, but today this city which is an hour away from kansas city is known for something quite different, quilting. it's been dubbed the disneyland of quilting, and that's all because of the vision of one family which started the missouri star quilt company. people have come from all over the world, from as far away as australia, but once they get here, turns out there's not much else for them to do. so missouri star has broadened their vision. now they're working with local partners to turn this sleepy town into
May 3, 2014 2:45pm EDT
economy simply cannot afford that kind of loss. now, i have talked with numerous employers in maine. they care deeply about their employees. they in most cases are willing and able to pay more. in fact, many of them do pay more. in fact, all of them pay more than the federal minimum wage because maine's minimum wage is is $7.50 an hour rather than than $7.25 an hour. so we're already above the federal minimum wage. but what they told me is that if there is too much of an increase too rapidly, they will be forced to shrink their work forces or not bring on those summer part-time employees, those high school students, those college students, those individuals who don't have the training and experience that are necessary to be productive in the job for which they are hired at that time. madam president, there is a huge area of compromise available here between $7.25 and $10.10. i think it speaks to what is wrong with washington today that we were placed in a situation where it was take it or leave it rather than are trying to come together and offer amendments and debate the level that
May 2, 2014 5:00am PDT
foreign intelligence. i was recruited by the russian main intelligence directorate in creamy and the date and place is sad that adeline. this ability to calm an involved in this so called self defense of the cranium the next step is the money cards base whether potential so that too is color paintings. cross is wet conducted by the russian security service the records also confessed that he was paid one hundred dollars for wind a piece of work. so who knows agenda something that has kept a low one says the wages of one hundred the nest today. those who complete a training and it several times now. there was a dvd oscar prepared for taking an active part in the actions on the territory of maine and ukraine citizens of ukraine russia and representatives of pressure because the movement or is there to prevent terrorism suspects in their regions. this is the main cost for the security forces and government officials said the acting president of ukraine on sunday to check up at a meeting with the hats and regional state administrations. no one's to this effect is preparing supper task in
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May 9, 2014 9:00pm PDT
maintaining this was a preplanned terrorist attack. this this was too much for the main stream media to ignore. >> it did not come from the cia. you stood there time and time and said that she was referring to talking points created by the cia. why are you holding back this information? why was in e mail not turned over to the congress? this is directly relevant. why did you hold it back? >> does the white house have a firm understanding of what happened? >> the answer broadly is 15 months ago -- >> as to what happened? >> well, no. >> the video was a protest? >> you should ask the intelligence community. >> can you imagine not being a partisan, not being a conspiracy theerist, someone hearing a conservative group sued the state department this comes back because it's their requested by benghazi. and then you say what can they do in benghazi? can you imagine someone being confused about the events? >> the reporters pressed hard some of the network brass may have been less impressed congress launched a select committee and the network all but ignore that had story. joining me now, hos
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May 12, 2014 3:00pm PDT
a main driver of our future deficits but it did contribute. with republicans still attack the white house over susan rhys's sunday show appearances, the treasury secretary refused to go along with the administration's narrative that paul ryan and other republicans want to gut retirement programs. >> geithner was having trouble to adjusting the obama -- the white house's demands that he incorporate a political message in his analysis. >> in fact, geithner goes on to suggest the clash with pfeiffer, one of the president's most senior advisers was about politics. pfeiffer said the line was a dog whistle to the left, a phrase i had never heard before. he had to explain that the phrase was code to the democratic base signaling that we intended to protect social security. white house spokesman jay carney insisted there was no effort to deceive. . why do you think a top white house aide would suggest to the treasury secretary -- >> i think i was in that, i think what dan and i have said publicly it's a fact that social security is not the main driver of our deficit. >> reporter: what geith
May 31, 2014 4:45pm EDT
and down main streets all across america. and we're the voice for 12 million men and women who make things in the united states. so today is day two of infrastructure week. it started off very strongly yesterday with a full day's worth of programs, and our guest speaker was a speaker at an event i was at last night. so he's been very involved with infrastructure week. we've seen representatives from the business community from organized labor, think tanks and others in this very collaborative effort to demonstrate the urgency of infrastructure improvements and how that urgency is really uniting diverse interests. be so for manufacturers, infrastructure is really a competitiveness issue. it matters in every step of the production process from receiving inputs to shipping our products to our customers not only here, but also to markets overseas. we're also vital suppliers to the transit and construction industries. in other words, investments in infrastructure have a multiplier effect across our entire economy. but despite proven benefits of infrastructure improvements, efforts to imp
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May 26, 2014 7:00am EDT
of the two main stream parties particularly for socialists that took 40% of the vote and lost another three or four seats. a disastrous night after the disastrous elections just a couple of months ago. we've been hearing in the last few minutes from a former minister from the overseas department who's been in a meeting with the president to give his first reaction to this result. he said he was taking it in stock. he says he's aware of the country. he's sticking to his political line. we expect to get response from him this evening in the next 48 hours. the paper of record in france has also been giving its first reaction looking at the scale of the vote. the international finishing top in 70% of departments around the country. the working class vote have taken under 35 vote. 30% of the under 35 vote. what they're saying is this is much more worrying than the situation in the country in 2002 when le pen's father won through to the second round of the presidential election. they give three reasons. first of all there's been no popular insurgency to the results. no protest in fr
americans will work in. i think about it as the main street competitive process. crony capitalism is something different. success is arranged through government granted figures. this is the best political connections. crony capitalism's economic growth and redistribute income. andcan breed construction -- undermine. it is what i call insiders economy. for generations, it has been a threat. this, the same year our founders rejected tierney for freedom, adam smith repeatedly warned against business in an attempt to use connections and influence to manipulate government. listen to his words. "people of the same trade should move together. the conversation ends in a contrivance to raise prices." here is an even more direct quote. " the proposal of any new regulation from a businessman ought also to be listened to with great caution. it ought never to be adopted until after having been carefully examined, with the most suspicious attention." i sure wish someone, anyone, and the obama administration, would have had as much suspicious attention. to sylindra. suspicions show that there shoul
May 9, 2014 7:00am PDT
in aqua dots during the talks also the main directions of bilateral relations including trade economic and investment spears were discussed in addition they discussed the key issues of cars expense forthcoming session to the wto. to boot. so who knows the tune. yes we support the strengthening of the greek american relations here visiting kazakhstan has a good signal. i held a meeting with president barack obama in the hague did discuss our relationship and the tales also we discussed the present situation. we issued a joint statement we are ready to support this line of relations for the among the hopefuls who has worked with the plum sauce. mr president thank you very much delighted especially pleased that the opportunity right president obama asked to pay its very ones that are going to get a very straightforward passage. america's long term commitment or partnership of sixty one time commitment or interests across the street buy this book a hotel caught dead in the syrian city of aleppo which the government troops using a military base the victims of the attacker least fou
May 19, 2014 1:24am EDT
criticism that this was aimed at helping wall street over main street. that is one of the things that he really points up frequently in the book. he says the following -- guest: right. that sums it up. his view of it. odds withput him at the popular view, that you should be doing more for main street, the that you should not be bailing out the bankers. is a really interesting argument as he gets into moral hazard, the holding that if you do this again, that the bankers theeverybody will just get feeling like you can always miss behave any will be bailed out by the government. to benly there is a lot said for that view, and there is a certain amount of common sense to it. guys thursday was that he felt it was secondary to saving the system. if you got a little bit too moralistic or tried to make too much of a principal or a point of punishing people, that you might hurt the broader economy and the main priority, the main point was to save the system. that is what he was saying. this point is making -- ande the treasury secretary president were in tandem on many of these issues, we did lea
May 5, 2014 11:00am PDT
the whole the main road into sloppy aunts has been cut off but the ukrainian army is to use continues to try to quell the progression of my students that played on sunday. ukrainian forces took control of the main road into the besieged city putting more pressure on the pro russian rubles have occupied government buildings there for weeks. residents of school the ons said they believed the ukrainian army is preparing to storm the city and flush out the reports. ukrainian prime minister are steady at two new cats accused russia of organizing the unrest in small kiosk and other eastern ukrainian cities and says it is part of moscow's plan to destroy ukraine and destroy the state the us. the news for new england. like skiing the day. republican. it's huge. i was. eye. great news for new england. green security service says the two minute recruits from all that was mostly backed breakaway region of trends history of russian groups work together to ferment. but the unrest in the southern port city of augusta in south bank thousands of russian citizens to be rested up to schools t
May 26, 2014 7:00pm PDT
taken be like? my longtime friend and cameraman from maine, zack zamboni is finding out. so where are we going? >> right here, one of these tables. which maybe we want to do like this with? see? how often can you go out with somebody can properly block the table? >> it's a misery is what it is. >> ay, yes, of course. snails in an almond sauce. about as traditional and as delicious as it gets. that's a plate full of perfect happiness. >> that's right. tapas come from here. this is still one of the few places in spain where they're free. all you have to do is keep drinking. >> you can sit here all day. order a couple drinks. >> no rush. i'm glad i'm spending some time here. red wine ordered. tripes to follow. tender, spice, delicious tripe. >> sun, plaza, guts. pretty [ bleep ] good. >> hello. hello. >> not too long ago, before zack basically defected to spain, he met fuen. the next thing you know, he's living here. part of an extended andalucian family. eating the ham, drinking the wine, living the life of the spanish dandy. in freaking granada, no less. >> classically, culturally spea
May 22, 2014 1:00am EDT
maine reserves. the gentleman from florida is recognized. mr. miller: the best way to reform the v.a. is get rid of the deadwood. that's what this bill gives the secretary the opportunity to do. that is to fire the people not doing their job, especially, especially those that are at the senior level. with that i yield one minute to the gentleman from colorado, mr. lamborn. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from colorado is recognized for one minute. mr. lamborn: i thank the chairman. mr. speaker, i rise today on behalf of my constituents and veterans who are alarmed at recent reports of preventable deaths, manipulated records, and secret waiting lists within the v.a. health care system. these allegations span the country and recently arisen in colorado at the fort collins v.a. clinic. if these allegations are found to be true, the responsible individuals must be held accountable. it is unacceptable for individuals who have presided over negligence and mismanagement to go unscathed. astonishingly past instances of similar failures have not only seen responsible individuals remain emp
May 21, 2014 12:00pm EDT
the floor of the house. prile, gentleman from florida, mr. miller, and the gentleman from maine, mr. michaud, each will control 20 minute. the chair recognizes the gentleman from florida. mr. miller: i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks on h.r. 4031. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. mr. miller: mr. speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from florida is recognized for such time he may consume. mr. miller: thank you very much, mr. speaker. members, for the past three years the house committee on veterans' affairs has uncovered and continues to uncover numerous instances of gross negligence and incompetence by senior v.a. officials that have led to delays in care, growing patient wait times, and lengthy backlogs of disability claims. regrettably some of these instances have resulted in lack of proper care for veterans and for preventable deaths. despite repeated promises of accountability and change, the committee has received nothing but dist
May 1, 2014 5:30am PDT
twelve and the south has a small the main interest in shooting team visited the s command where he repeated trips to go into combat training. he said the long term stability of shin gi is vital to the whole country's reform and development and stability. adding the safeguarding the country's unity and bison separatists and are in the basic interests of all ask me groups and division in terms of fighting terrorists and he said china would imply a strike for a strategy against terrorists he seems down. all that you're in an earlier visit to caution worst security bureau. she said the cdc's on the frontline of the country's anti terrorism fight and the police should have effective means to deal with terrorists. these are live and move on. to the one which nobody and all the leaves on a county stint in decades. you should also protect yourselves to better serve the people dancing part social stability . families will be upset to class and talk to this today on. he joined a student in the playground and hold their small shoulder. that doesn't also visited look of the machismo and went i
May 28, 2014 12:37am PDT
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May 16, 2014 12:00pm EDT
down the main streets to minor's memorial point. now what happened was this. they fired tear gas and sprayed water cannon on the crowds. there were arrests, and angry seen, and this made the situation even worse. the police cordoned off. and the police decided to withdraw, but now there is another standoff going on at the minor's memorial. there are crowds all around cheering and quite emotional scenes with minors breaking down in tears, one man screaming and shouting, seven years i have spent down below, and now so many of my friends have dead, and you are trying to poison me now here. referring to the tear gas. there was also another situation whereby one man came forward and said he was a school teacher, and said this really is a situation whether it's so much grief and the police are trying to wash away that grief with tear gas and it won't work. so this intervention of the police, with all the people here is -- is a new development and it's unclear about where this is really heading. the level of anger, the calls for accountability on the day that the company once again denied a
May 4, 2014 8:00pm PDT
water taxi service serves. >> that's a great question, thank you. there are three main spots that are served. first one is pier 1.5, is second is down at pier 40 adjacent to the ballpark and the third is in fisherman's war f. with each of the development projects we look at along the water front, that remains one of the attributes is water transportation. >> where are we at with the al ka traz? >> they're getting ready to [inaudible] by the end of the calendar year. i think they might be a little off of that schedule. my understanding is that they will show a san francisco port site as their preferred alternative, but they are still studying the fort mason site. >> okay. >> we're watching it carefully, and i will be calling you. >> please do. >> you can see the bump up here in the 12, 13 fiscal year. that had to do directly with the bay bridge. we'll see another bump up in the current fiscal year. the bulk of the ferry passengers who are commuting are going to marin county with a small portion going over to alameda, which is the orange and darker blue at the bottom and then up to vall
Apr 30, 2014 9:00pm PDT
snapshot of our budget. the main take away here is that we're up about $140 million and the question is what is that? the break down that we show here is that the major investment is really driven by critical capital investments, whether we're investing in projects or paying the debt on these projects once we built them. the big picture or reason for this proposed budget increase is related to our capital needs. there are additional elect ricity costs that we will incur. these are based on the transmission and distribution costs that we are paying pg ande and we also will see our personnel and operating costs increasing ing rough ly by 2 percent, which is roughly about the cost of inflation. now i wanted to give a brief review, some updates from the pnc since the last time i made my budget recommendation. this includes our rate setting process, as well as the fire and draught. thankfully there's no locusts yet, but the year's not over. april marks the ten year an niversary of the first project in the water system improvement program going into construction. we are now about 80 percent c
May 27, 2014 12:37am PDT
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think. just speculating let's say that to the main main contenders for the presidency are abdullah abdullah and ashkan ghani. between the two of them with the ashram gandhi would be interested in maintaining a strongly centralized state and abdul up to love would be more interested in the possibility of decentralization. we can talk more about why that would be the case. it's not clear to me that the path is fixed in one direction or the other. some people believe there would have to be a constitutional amendment around this. other people say there is room for maneuver here but i think it is a central question for the next government about the extent to which decisions that made the possibility for example might governments be allowed did? might governors be able to have budgetary authority? might they be able to collect taxes? and it's hard for me that at least in the short-term it wouldn't be a loss for the president. i will leave it there. >> to comment on that reflate a think week tend to think of government as having, as an institution that should divide accountable services t
May 27, 2014 11:35pm PDT
his album. it's called "my own lane." here with the song "main chick" with some help from eric bellinger and travis barker, kid ink. ♪ ♪ ♪ i don't know your name but you heard my name i know why you came trying to get that name ♪ ♪ but you heard my name girl i know you wanna be my main chick my main chick ♪ ♪ say whoever you came with who you came with i tell em that n ♪ ♪ sitting in the back of the club table got a rope in the front ♪ ♪ uh you looking real familiar i could just be a little drunk ♪ ♪ i don't know your name it's a shame i don't know how to explain it to ya ♪ ♪ but girl i'm just sayin if you got a man back home i don't know him ♪ ♪ what just keep it on the hush pocket full of don't beat around the bush ♪ ♪ wait walk on green i could even hit a putt ♪ ♪ k-o shorty when i hit her with a punch line get a couple shots when its crunch time ♪ ♪ ducking from my ex like the one time ♪ ♪ throw a sign when you really trying to go got the car parked right at the door ♪ ♪ i don't know your name but you heard my name i kno
May 27, 2014 1:30pm PDT
architect where there's a strong top to the building the main body of the building and a stronger base that includes the simplification of the masking materials there's the 40 foot wide courtyard just to point out to the commission at the eastern facade is where the height limit drops to 55 feet so that portion of the building remains exposed a couple of last minute changes in continuing their community outreach efforts they've heard that from the community they'd want the affordability opponent to be proposed on site and their current proposal is to have the roofing they've wanted the affordable housing unit on site that will produce affordable units based on the 32 detrimentally unit two, two bedroom is affordable and one one bedroom. the bicycle legislation only required 16 bicycle locations and they'll provide the co- compliant amount for one class 2 bike spaces if you have any questions, i'll be happy to answer them >> thank you. >> thank you project sponsor. >> thank you for having us back here today for paul and joe we're brothers and we run city rent a car and purchased the building
May 1, 2014 6:30pm PDT
main opposition about the death of a copy of the vp spot in a state of candidate that in the mail they provided the election code of conduct indeed if the strong man found himself in a special court after he displayed his pockets and then i needed wanted the speech outside the polling booth. the cost of his redundancy the council planned to stitch an interesting thing that can inspire considered eating lettuce and what he did not drive in quito according to honest to goodness for baby did not ride in it. but martin made the code of conduct because he'd never had any press conferences at that meeting i usually do and then add the pectin that people in the tie is the advent of the kingdom or main stages one and the girls event should i be the kind and plan against him. you can choose from. his name again i know. as expected and biased and this friday. i do to pass. buchanan is on youtube. you did. it is not about me. she then spent in meetings that bad for us before pouring in and tell him and displaying any addiction to tv and doing bad guy. the nation of the suspension of the jame
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May 27, 2014 9:00am PDT
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May 7, 2014 8:30am PDT
me. my main concern in the town and had me crying and panicking and two hearings for ukrainian people and flying around the states. netflix fan and ukrainian the countries which didn't make the final scene page portugal belgium not the end is steady and the second semi final will be held on thursday. the main traits flamboyant outfits and kitsch pop songs. bc is competition will be picked in eurovision is known for its eco credentials to the test sth. he is off the sheet expansion leader seems to be denied to what we have to be anti social final curtain dividing the use of the west the irony is that if the unions riches to the chorus member countries will to find out the reasons behind the economic difference is that the seawolves brussels decided to find over to it for instance they are the busiest shopping streets in the bulgarian capital. but just a few kilometers away from is the tree shops safety is the guest room in neighborhoods. it's time to thirty thousand people unemployment and policy approach very common here. a majority still somewhat yourself at all. some people i just a
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May 6, 2014 7:00am EDT
quiet. those are reports at moment. we've been told the airport in donetsk, the main city there in the donetsk region has been closed. at least to international flights. not clear what's happening with regional flights. as i'm in kiev now, the situation -- >> i was going to ask you, do we have idea about whether loyalties of these city, populations, lie? >> well they seem to be mixed. it's difficult to say. when you have armed separatists in your midst you may not be speaking freely. it appears there's a significant portion at least in sloviansk and perhaps other towns of the local population that does support it. other people are not as vocal. obviously that would be a risky move to go out and say you oppose this. what would be interesting to see is as activists and separatists carry out this referendum may 11th. what exactly the reaction of the local population would be. >> yeah. looking at vienna the council meeting as well. is there anything kiev authorities are hanging onto some sort of diplomatic solution here. >> well difficult to say. there's diplomatic solutions that seem
May 8, 2014 6:30am PDT
what's is the attraction of syria for these european and other fights is one of the main attractions is the fact that its use here you have the assad regime which is battling muslim which sunnis view is heretical. and as results he's slaughtering the sunni population and therefore many of the younger muslims in europe the us the arab world the view that as a cause to fight back against the suckers in cuz they wanna help of their fellow muslim brothers and sisters in many ways it's about solidarity one of the issues though is that some on mon that population or very ideological and are sympathetic to the ideology of hokkaido where the islamic state of iraq an al sham. i'm still even if an individual necessarily goes to see in the first place maybe four more altruistic reasons. once they get there they might then be indoctrinated to an end to more radical ideology and that's when the main reasons why many within france and europe are very much worry about what happens when these individuals come back home. see you sing the national integration is often this sectarian all one can fashio
May 6, 2014 6:00pm EDT
of feelings. again, i would say the main point is at this time in history this is what dominates the public reactions to the police and the courts. so we know, we have a sense for whether this is the public might want and what it might find to be lacking internal policing. when we put it that way, we can see why the public might be having trouble with current policing efforts. because the police are not focusing on those public concerns. they are not addressing those issues. they are continuing to focus on crime reduction and in particular violent crime reduction as the primary issue that drives the way they're interacting with the public. this has been associated with policies like zero tolerance, stop, question, and frisk, and it is not being responsive to what the public is really concerned about, which is why we are seeing these manifestations of public discontent. what is the effect, for example, on young man of being stopped by the police on the streets? we have research on that in new york city. the police are viewed as less legitimate. crime goes up because legitimacy is an i
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May 1, 2014 6:00am EDT
example, the main sticking point which is the foreign forces? south sudan. >> yes, there's two main issues. i would not really call them sticking issues, it's a matter unfortunate government committed to agreements, honouring agreements which they had. it's not really more demand, but it is that the government is not one to implement what they are already saying. the issues of the detainees, they were put on trial and put under house arrest. the war is the biggest issue or condition was the release of the political prisoners. yet you say you are not happy:. >> no, they have not been released. when you are released your passport cannot be held. if the case has been thrown out from the court, you can't take them back to court. they should be free, and allowed to travel anywhere that they please to go, and join any political force. we are not saying let them come and join us, but allow them to travel freely. their participation is important in the future. >> tell us about your opposition to the deployment from ethiopia, kenya and other neighbouring countries. >> it is not a problem, bu
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May 16, 2014 7:00am EDT
the world. >> thank you very much. sanjoy there at bjp headquarters. i can tell you the main road that leads to the headquarters completely courted off with immense security in that area. as you imagine, lots making their way in to join in supporters of the bjp in what will be one heck of a victory celebration. who is modi and what kind of leader will he be? he's a 63-year-old t-shirt seller from gujurat. >> the man set to be india's new prime minister on the campaign trail. it's been a longer journey from modi's humble origins in the state of gujurat. this is the street in the small town where he was born. the original house replaced now. this is still known as modi area. almost everyone here has the same family or cast name. >> his younger brother remembers their days together and the prime minister's temper. >> narenda loved flying kites. i had to hold the spool of string. if i refused he would get angry and hit me. then i did what i was told. i think he still loves me. >> were you scared of your brother, i asked. >> i'm still scared of him even today. >> so should india be sca
up the war, tells the whole tale. two main themes, that we are fighting the wrong enemy in the wrong place. the second is pakistan not only controls it. they control the message and the journalist and friend and intimidated their own reporting, what is happening in pakistan. the level of stress and i run into problems myself which is in the book. in my hotel room in 2006 and you are not to talk to the taliban. that was where we knew the taliban leadership was reorganizing. basically telling me get out of town. and pakistani journalist to stop working with that. and a really important area because that is where they orchestrated the whole research, pakistan and iran, enormous push against american forces and against the whole subject in afghanistan. they didn't want a successful government in afghanistan, they wanted, pakistan wanted to keep afghanistan under its own to control it and dominates the that it could use afghanistan as an anax, those are the themes i was following. they were losing ground, became incredibly difficult to report for the whole eastern bounce, also precarious
May 8, 2014 8:00pm PDT
great state of maine this week to campaign for the massively unpopular tea party governor paul lepage started his tenure by telling them to kiss his butt. and christie didn't just campaign with paul kiss my butt lepage. he let everyone know chris christie and lepage are two peas in a pod. >> we don't sound like everybody else. we tell the truth. we're very direct and the other people who don't like that are those who don't agree with our opinion. >> that's right. they are very direct. sometimes people don't like it. for instance the fine folks of the naacp who would rather not kiss lepage's butt. paul lepage being direct over the years like the time he defended the reverse ban on the chemical bpa in baby bottles by saying with a smirk, the worst that could happen was some women may have little beards. or that time he was sitting in a fighter jet simulator and joked he wanted to blow up a local newspaper building. or the two times he compared the irs to the nazis. chris christie is right, paul lepage doesn't sound like everybody else. joining me now is michael michaud of maine who is r
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May 16, 2014 5:00am EDT
. >> in big cities like new york you have these layers of underground pipeline from water mains to phone to electric that make for a very muddled and expensive process of removing and replacing natural gas lines. >>> plus more of ali velshi's one on one with former presidential candidate ron paul, and what surprised the libertarian about young americans today. "real money" continues right after this break. ♪ >> our current system has gone very far awry... >> there's huge pressure on the police to arrest and find somebody guilty >> i think the system is going to fail a lot of other people. >> you convicted the wrong person >> i find that extraordinarily disappointing... >> to keep me from going to jail, i needed to cooperate. >> the evidence was inaccurate >> they still refuse to test the dna >> somebody can put you in a death chamber >> it's not a joke >> award winning producer and director joe berlinger exposes the truth. from the inside... >> a justice system run by human beings, can run off the rails. >> some say there's justice for all, but they're not in the system.. >> it shouldn
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May 26, 2014 6:00am EDT
. when they next meet him, more than ever will be fierce critics of the parliament. the main stream sent a rise in left parties that will still have a majority. antieurope mep's will be an annoy ens. they don't just come from the right. on the left, the party topped the poll. it won by opposing the cuts. the far right came third winning mep's for the first time. spain is struggling with spending cuts and high unemployment too. there a brand new left wing party managed to pick up four by harnessing anger toward the eu plan. there's been a backlash against europe and immigration. it's the front national victory in france that define this election. bbc news brussels. >> well germany appears to have bumped the trend. angela merkel's democratic party is pulling this the votes. we'll find out what happened in spain from our correspondent. >> the significant results here in germany is the rise of a eurosceptic party alternative for germany. they didn't exist in the last election. it was zero. this time they have 7% of the vote which gives them six or seven seats in the parliament. this mal
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May 24, 2014 6:00am EDT
are two expected this evening, one here where i am standing, a main intersection in the main shopping district. people may be familiar with the shopping center, which is over here in a major department store. just over there. so this is expected to turn into a standoff just as we saw yesterday this time. i don't know if you can see behind me, the military and the police are well prepared. there are ambulances here already. they are stationed in varies areas. i'm understanding from my colleagues, who are at the victory monument a little far away. there were several hundred shouting loudly for the military to get out. >> we hear, veronica, that the military, having detained several key political figures, including the former prime minister, that now they have summoned more thai leaders. who are they? >> well, probably the level known is a man called somday line tanakal. he's a well-known leader of the yellow shirts, who gained notoriety or fame. if you remember a few years ago, when demonstrators shut down bangkok's international airport. he was outspoken at that time. in fact, he was t
May 28, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. i did this by mining data from online public the main databases and doing a bunch of to sister: analysis and approaching it with a technique called machine learning. it's like an algorithm you can use to teach computers how do cost a high data. in this case, mutation. >> machine learning is pretty basic encoding. what was unique about the code you wrote? used wolfram mathematica. it is unsupervised which means that it's flexible with the data you can input into its own that allowed me to be able to mine data from online public a main databases. i did not have a research mentor so i did not have access to proprietary databases. in previous algorithms that were unsupervised, they only had an accuracy rate of about 40% but mine was 81% accuracy. the've never heard of unsupervised function. >> it's a machine learning function where the data you train the function on, basically the data you feed into it, you don't have to know beforehand which category it belongs to. in my case, the data i fed into my algorithm, i did not have to know whether it caused cancer or for learning.ze that
May 3, 2014 5:30am PDT
why. from norway's main stream whose work is wise. the group explore one thousand miles of norwegian coastal the report called encounters and access to wilkinson the sea. it is between pro and anti government forces continued across the east and west of ukraine as the united nations holds an emergency meeting at prices for class the nearly two jawed prepares for his first visit to africa since assuming office. his tour coincides with the fiftieth anniversary of late chinese new year don't lie his first visit to the contacts. hundreds of lives are lost thousands still missing after a landslide in dorothy's the dentist and authorities are working to distribute aid to survivors. a california jury ordering samsung electronics to pay over one hundred and nineteen billion us dollars to apple in a tight battle for last though then the california based technology giant had demanded what did you so much for joining us for the cctv news update on kurdish state in beijing. our top story right now the security situation in ukraine continues to deteriorate with confrontations between pr
May 7, 2014 4:30pm PDT
[speaker not understood] outpatient clinic right across the street here. its main population has been the tenderloin homeless patients. my main focus has been hiv patients. i'm more concerned -- i want to express my concerns right now about the, about the expectations of us accommodating all of these new patients coming into the system. our current system, outpatient wise we're not able to accommodate the ones we have. they reconfigured many things in the system so consequently our clinic has been separated [speaker not understood] primary urgent care. we lost a lot of patience, primary care patients in the process of separation and reconfiguration. some of the more difficult patients to getting the primary care and to work with. and, so, many times in urgent care we're getting these patients come in influx we're getting new patients on medi-cal coming in. we don't even know that they are on san francisco health plan or blue shield and they don't know how to work the system. so, we're having to deal with them there. we have to call the new patient appointment system to get them a county a
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